Cameron Soto, Diamond Williams, and Travis Wright enjoy a story as just three of the Cat In The Hat headgear-wearing children in the auditorium of the Lamar Elementary School in Augusta, Georgia. This was a 2008 event as part of the National Education Association’s annual Read Across America event to encourage children’s reading.
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